App Overview• Content aggregator for open chemistry topics such as rare and neglected diseases• Multiple collection sources, crowd-curated evaluation• Open data, free mobile app for iPhone, iPod, iPad
Availability• Open Drug Discovery Teams (ODDT) is available free from the Apple iTunes AppStore http://itunes.apple.com/app/oddt/id517000016 http://molmatinf.com/products.html
Features• Magazine-like interface to medicinal chemistry topics, e.g. rare & neglected diseases• Data gathered from Twitter hashtags and RSS feeds• Inline browsing of web documents• Intelligent handling of chemical data (e.g. molecules, reactions, auxiliary data)• Crowd-curation: endorse, disapprove or comment by emitting a tweet
Topics• Current topics focus on rare & neglected diseases, and other precompetitive areas such as green chemistry and drug repurposing Each panel represents a topic Twitter user User stats About info
Browsing • Entries are displayed in pages, most recent ﬁrst EndorsementsFilters Entry Viewable link
Crowdsourcing• Anyone can tweet data with topic hashtags, e.g. #malaria, #sanﬁlipposyndrome, #greenchemistry• Links will be harvested and added to the collection• Can adjust existing content:• Emits a tweet from within the app, which affects the
Chemistry• ODDT understands links chemical data, and has special viewing, manipulation and collaboration features for molecules and reactions• Other apps such as the Mobile Molecular DataSheet allow direct tweeting of chemical data with ODDT topic hash tags...
Future Developments• The Open Drug Discovery Teams project is currently a minimum viable product• New developments are happening fast, e.g. - More topics - New data sources - Advanced cheminformatics• Your feedback is welcome. Download the app, try it out, and get in touch!
In the literature• A.J. Williams, S. Ekins, A.M. Clark, J. Jack, R. Apodaca, "Mobile apps for chemistry in the world of drug discovery", Drug Discovery Today, 16, 928-939 (2011)• A.M. Clark, A.J. Williams, S. Ekins, "Redeﬁning Cheminformatics with Intuitive Collaborative Mobile Apps", Molecular Informatics, manuscript in press.• S. Ekins, A.M. Clark, A.J. Williams, "Open Drug Discovery Teams: A Chemistry Mobile App for Collaboration", Molecular Informatics, manuscript in press.